Wednesday, August 23, 2017

*::UNKNOWN PLEASURES::* 2017 Total Solar Eclipse in North America ★ When is Japan's Turn?



The Total Solar Eclipse Hits the US, 
πŸ•Ά πŸŒ” BUT WHAT ABOUT JAPAN?! πŸŒ– πŸ•Ά




Trending hashtag, #eclipse2017
for everyone BUT Japan

Japan Misses Out in the Fun for the
2017 Total Solar Eclipse in the USA

On August 22, 2017 there was a total solar eclipse for all of North America to see!
In fact, it's the first total solar eclipse to be viewed from the United States in 38 years!!!
What about Japan though?
Unfortunately, 
those in Japan couldn't see the solar eclipse.
So when will Japan get it's turn?
.....Not for a ridiculously long time....


Apparently, 
the next total solar eclipse that can be seen in Japan will be September 2, 2035.
You can see the total solar eclipse from the northern Kanto region to the Noto Peninsula region,

then a partial solar eclipse from all over Japan.
So you better mark your calendars Japan!πŸ“…Only 18 years and 10 days to go!! ⌚ πŸ“…
The Japanese total solar eclipse will be here before we know it!

We have good news though!



Unless something revolutionary is discovered
allowing us to see the Japanese total solar eclipse,
it's something that will just always be a dream.


The LUNAR eclipse, however....
IT'S OURS!!!
AND IN THE NEAR FUTURE!!!

When will the Japanese total lunar eclipse be?
January 31/February 1, 2018


πŸŒ’ SO DON'T MISS IT!!!!! πŸŒ’


Tokyo's schedule here!
https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/in/japan/tokyo


For those who don't live in Tokyo, 

you can look up your area here⇩
https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/in/japan

Image source from BBC




If you do get the chance to see any eclipse though,
don't be like Trump and refuse to wear protective eye wear!!!



πŸŒžπŸ•ΆProtect yo-self!πŸ•ΆπŸŒž


Or...
only when you need to
(
this chart was made and distributed by NASA)



If you got a chance to view the 2017 total solar eclipse,
we'd love to hear your stories!!
It's a great opportunity for everyone around the world to come together!
And for those in the Japan area,

don't forget...

January 31/February 1, 2018!!!!

A great spot to view the stars, moon,
and everything else that's in the sky
**BEST SPOT to View All of Tokyo**

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